30. The History of School Speech Pathology

Does history repeat itself?

In the last post we looked at IDEA issues as they have been folded into caseload debates.  One generation of school SLPs is now retiring without resolution of the problem.

Now the process is repeating itself.  

In several posts the topics of collaboration and response to intervention have been examined.  We are following the same patterns as before with no end in sight. 

As beloved Dick Vitale might say, “Burn out city, Baby!”

 

 

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